At the heart of Europe’s centre for international governance, the Foundation organised a conference on the UN’s normative role in an ever more complex world.
If the UN wants to advance sustainable development and achieve the 2030 Agenda it needs to zero in on its normative work.
A conference organised together with the Graduate Institute of Geneva seeking to generate forward-looking ideas about the UN’s normative work.
Lisa Orrenius argues that the world is in need of a multilateralism that builds on the past but is fit for the future.
A paper on optimising the multilateral development system in an increasingly complex world.
Why transparent national budgetary processes are critical for financing the Sustainable Development Goals.
In this paper Bruce Jenks and Lisa Orrenius argue that the UN Development System needs to be driven by finding solutions, not redrawing organisational charts.
The answer to the current development financing gap may lie in aligned incentives across the public and private sectors.
A panel discussion exploring the key findings of a new report on current trends and new directions in the financial landscape of the UNDS.
This is the Executive Summary of the annual report on financing the UN Development System produced by the foundation and the UN MPTF Office.